FREE STANDARD SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS OVER $69
Babeland Toy Store
Customer Service: (888) 289-8423
Customer Service: (888) 289-8423
sexymamablogI hope you've enjoyed the sexy mama posts on the blog. I'm really looking forward to reading what our other mother/employees have to say during the rest of May!I've also really enjoyed reading the other participants musings on what it means to be a sex positive parent/family. It's given me hope and inspiration for a time when I have my own children. I fully suggest reading all of these posts, but in case you don't have time, check out these snippets of some wonderfully thoughtful and hilarious blogging moms:Janes Guide: My take on sex-positive is this: good sex is an integral part of our lives, necessary for physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. And that is in whatever form is right for the person involved, be it gay, straight, bi, queer, poly, monogamous, kinky, ?nilla, or whatever inbetween of any of those. The other part of being sex positive, to me, is to make myself available for questions, but not to foist information on them before they want it. They have access to tons of reading if they?re uncomfortable asking me things.Urban Gypsy: I want my child to be able to say NO with conviction. I want her to know that someday she is probably going to hear one or more of these lines and how to respond to them:If you love me you?d do it.Let me just stick it in for a second.C?mon, just the tip.A blow job isn?t sex.Anal isn?t sex.I can?t feel anything with a condom.Christen Clifford: And now that my son is almost 5, and I'm pregnant again, raising him in a sex positive household means:
  • not shying away from explanations of how babies are made
  • expressing my affection for my partner in front of my child
  • trying (!) to kiss my partner before my child when I walk in the door
  • talking about all the different kinds of families we know
  • answering all questions honestly and with facts
  • expressing my need for privacy
  • teaching him about privacy
Seattle Mom Blogs: Now, I know we don?t really want to think about our kids being sexual?just as kids cringe thinking of their parents being sexual?but I think a Sex-Positive Family for me means presenting sex as a normal, healthy, happy part of life. Because, after all, that?s what I believe sex should be. Not taboo. Not creepy. Not full of shame and insecurity and fear. Though I suspect we all pick up a bit of that sex baggage from the weird way our culture views sex anyway.I, Asshole: Things are getting easier with her now though. She asks questions about sex and love a little hesitantly, but frankly, about things she doesn't understand. The other day she confessed that she dreamt she kissed a boy. It sounded very sweet and chaste, much like my first erotic dream about Michael J. Fox. It was fun for me to see her all thrilled and yet kind of freaked out about it all."Well, that's totally normal," I said. "Everyone has dreams like that." I told her I dreamt about holding hands with Michael J. Fox, because we saw Back to the Future recently and she knows who he is."He was considered one of the cutest boys in America when I was your age," I said, waving my cane of old cronedom around."No WAI," was her stunned reply.WAI.t boys in America when I was your age," I said, waving my cane of old cronedom around."No WAI," was her stunned reply.WAI.